Down on the farm

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How is everyone. We are just fine. Had a good week in school. There were tears, frustration, accomplishments, good attitudes, bad attitudes, distractions, etc. You know your every day run of the mill stuff. We overcame. 

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Why is it we always wait til the last month or days to go Christmas shopping. I keep telling myself that Im going to start in January shopping and picking up stuff here and there. But I guess I just dont stay motivated. Ill try to do better next year.

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I should get my girls here on the farm next week. They are going to try to move my barn. The girls will take their first ride in my horse trailer thats just the right size for them. BOY this is gonna be fun. I think theres just enought space toward the back door for one of them to go sailing through if the notion hits them. We’ll see.  I cant wait though. I have to admit my chickens have not brought as much joy as my goats have only because my chickens are not sociable. They run everytime you come near them. My girls though run toward me, such a welcoming feeling. I can go outside and stay with them a few minutes and its like therapy for me. Just to watch them will make you laugh anyway.

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I have been feeling really convicted lately about not spending enough time with Dallas everyday in school. I tried this Friday and Dakota had a disasterous day. It took him til 3:30 to finish. Everytime Dallas and I started doing something, Dakota would holler for me or have a melt down. He thinks I have to be standing over his shoulder every minute. Ive got to break him of this because Dallas will start school next year in Kindergarten. I need one apron string for each child not two strings for one.  Hes got to learn to share me.

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Today were going to try to work on his room some, hanging pictures and such. Ive still got to get alot of pictures of Dallas pictures developed and enlarged to go in his room. Dallas got his soccer trophy the other night. He was so proud and we were too. They had a closing ceremony for them. It was really neat. Today is just a do what you want to day. Everyone does what they want to do and we dont bother any one else. We had to go get more animal feed this morning, other than that were doing good.

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Dallas got a little sick on me with a cold. So I gave him some of my  homemade remedy. He got chocked on it cause it had too much pepper. Poor little guy. I made a new batch and cut back alot on the pepper. Hes doing dine and its breaking it all up.

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Everything I have picked up to read this week has dealt with homemaking and being the good wife. Is God trying to tell me something? I read an article about our jobs as mothers and homeschoolers. The writer said we should not think of it as a job, it is our God given right to have these pleasures. It is our "ministry". We actually minister to our families everyday. Boy, that opened my eyes. I hope I start doing a better job of it so my Lord will tell me, Good job my faithful servant when I get to Heaven.

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Well Ive spent too much time on the internet highway as we speak so Ill close for now.

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Hope everyone has a blessed day in the Lord.

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About 4dfarms

I am a wife to an amazingly dedicated, devoted, and loyal husband whom God sent to me. I am a mother to two wonderful boys to whom I'd give my life for. Around here we have homeschooled, we farm, garden, hunt, fish and anything else we want to do. Although I do have Rheumatoid Arthritis. Sometimes its hard for me to keep up. If it was not for my husband and two boys, I could not do some of what I do. They really do help me alot. We work together as a team in my home. We try our best to train up our children in the fear and admonition of the Lord. Yea, they slip sometimes and correction has to be made. Thats life. I want so badly to be just like the Proverbs 31 woman. My grandmother did an awesome job of it and Id like to fill her shoes.
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2 Responses to Down on the farm

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    pardtx0tx959tx1918tx2877tx3836tx4795tx5754tx6713tx7672tx8631f1fs20 I loved your opening statement… so many mom's ask if tears are a part of homeschooling because they see them often. I say "yes" and we all get through it…par
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  2. socalval says:

    I loved your opening statement… so many mom's ask if tears are a part of homeschooling because they see them often. I say "yes" and we all get through it…

    Thanks for posting a great post.

    Valerie

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